What is Transvaginal Ultrasound?

Transvaginal ultrasound, or endovaginal ultrasound, is a healthy and clear technique used by doctors in the female pelvic area to view the inner organs. To create accurate images of the organs, ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves.

What is the need of a Transvaginal Ultrasound?

For several purposes, physicians may prescribe that women get a transvaginal ultrasound. Like:

1. Pain in Pelvis

2. Unexplained bleeding in the vagina

3. Infertility

4. Unusual findings of a vaginal or abdomen test

Doctors may also prescribe transvaginal ultrasound for certain pregnant women, as it may be useful for:

1. Checking the fetus pulse

2. Confirming the conception date

3. Test the state of the placenta

4. Ectopic Pregnancy search

5. Pregnancy screening with a greater chance of miscarriage

How to make preparations for a transvaginal ultrasound

A transvaginal ultrasound, which requires relatively little planning, is a quick and painless treatment. Your doctor may ask for your bladder to be empty or just partly full. They may, on the other hand, ask you to come in with a full bladder.

Risk and Concerns

When women are pregnant, it is completely safe to conduct transvaginal ultrasounds and the operation poses no harm to the fetus. People can feel some pressure and minimal pain during the transducer insertion. When the ultrasound is stopped, this sensation will disappear.

Understanding the results

The person will get their findings immediately if the doctor does the ultrasound. However, if the operation is done by a sonographer, they can send the images for evaluation to a radiologist.


Dr. Manju Whig Singh (female doctor) of Transvaginal Ultrasound makes the women feel comfortable throughout the test and provides the best treatment required.